My wife is from Tassie so we get back there a bit. This was the first trip with the 1D-X.
Tassie is busy during the summer break, tourism being Australia's smallest state's largest industry.
... and why not. Tassie has simply wonderful and diverse scenery all in a relatively small package.
I like to think of Tassie as a mini version of New Zealand. It has everything New Zealand has except the glaciers all on a smaller scale. The mountains are not as high, the rivers not as wide and the towns not as big, but in its own way Tassie is almost as spectacular as its easterly neighbour.
This year it was so busy that we seriously couldn't hire a car. We tried all the companies and were happy with any 3 door hatch or even a ute but nothing. Finally Mrs Gazza finds a vehicle which we just had to make do with.
|a BMW Z4|
Pic Specs: Canon 1D-X / Canon 24-70mm f2.8 L / ISO 200 / f2.8 / 1/125
|I like the desaturated look on this one giving it a slightly dated look.|
Pic Specs: Canon 1D-X with 100-400mm L IS f4-5.6 -- ISO 200, f.5.6, 1/320
There are a few views of the Hazards Here
All my Tassie pics from this trip can be found at this link
Enjoy - I did.